Lean linkity times ahead!

I am taking a couple of Thursday evening classes from now until November 16 at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, so expect Linkity to be spotty or nonexistent…

Bookity

Make, Learn, Do, Think

Cookity

Gluten Free

Artsy Crafty

Cool

Cool or Wha…?

Wha…?

LOL

Teh Cute

Reading Update
NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman. Excellent (and epic) book that spans the history of autism and autism research up through the present. Highly recommended if you’re autistic, know someone with autism (you do, even if you don’t know you do), or wonder how the hell that antivaccine nonsense got started. That said, at times this book felt a bit unfocused as the author got caught up in backstories – a couple of times I wished I’d jotted down a list of names as I read so I could keep everyone sorted out. Perhaps that was just me and my notoriously bad memory. The book still gets five stars because of being both groundbreaking and sensible. 🙂


*long slow blinking* -Mayhem

6 thoughts on “Lean linkity times ahead!”

  1. I can think of a few friends who would enjoy playing the Jane Austen RPG. I don’t think I want to play it with them, however.

    I love finding sci-fi/fantasy references in songs! Usually for me, they’re novelty songs, though.

    Huh. I never realized there might be a way to recycle CDs. I usually sell mine when I’m done with them, so hopefully they get another life that way.

    I should probably go watch that Clinton – Colbert clip at home tonight. I don’t watch the Late Show regularly, but I do enjoy the clips I select individually. That one seems like an important one to watch.

    And I love the musical typewriter! I never even considered how sheet music was made in the time between hand-written copies and computer printouts.

    Have a nice break from linkity!
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